This event brought together educational experts, business leaders, London Government and young people to debate with fewer than ever opportunities available due to Covid-19, what can business, education, government and the third sector do to help?
Our panel of experts, lead by Bridget Rosewell CBE, Economist and Commissioner for the National Infrastructure Commission, debate the opportunities and challenges facing the delivery of the Oxford-Cambridge Arc.
Learn how Accenture assess their candidates and the strengths they look for in the application process. The session covers Accenture’s strength-based assessments system and how they find your individual strengths through your personal interests.
London is now 8 months on from initial lockdown and all parts of industry have been affected by the pandemic. Working within the constraints of a Covid-19 world, what are the opportunities for London to build back better and cement its role as being the best city in the world to do business?
Tom reflected on his first six months in office, giving us his observations about moving from being an Assembly Member and scrutinising the Mayor’s housing policy to leading the Mayor’s housing work in an extraordinary turbulent period.
Should private investment in the UK’s infrastructure be increased whilst public sector balance sheets are constrained post Covid-19? And, if so, what are the new models that are politically viable for facilitating this?
Cities across the world have seen an unprecedented level of change during 2020. Initially this was in response to massive, enforced, changes to behaviour, but as Covid has receded in some places, cities across the world have become creative in their recoveries
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